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Celtics Give Bradley 4 Years, $32M

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Avery Bradley is staying put…the Celtics and the restricted free agent guard have reached agreement on a new four year deal. Reports out of Boston say the deal is worth $32-million-dollars.

The C’s made a qualifying offer last week, meaning they would get the right to match any offer another team made to sign Bradley.

Now the C’s and Bradley agree he will make an average of $8-million a year.

Bradley is just 23-years-old and yet he has been in the NBA for four years. Injuries have been an issue but when he is healthy Bradley is one of the game’s best defenders. He averaged 15 PPG and 4 RPG.

The Boston Herald first reported the news of the Bradley re-signing.

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